Wolverhampton is one of three Millennium City’s in Britain, as Wolverhampton received city status in December 2000 which is quite unique. Say it aloud: a Millennium City!


Did you know?

  • Wolverhampton also known as “Wolves” to the locals is also the 13th largest city in England, and the surrounding area near Wolverhampton became known as ‘the Black Country’ when, during heavy industrialisation of the area in the late 19th century, pollution covered the area in black soot and left the soil black?
  • Or that Wolverhampton was the first town in Britain to introduce automated traffic lights in 1927 in Princes Square at the junction off Lichfield Street and Princess Street?
  • Nope? Neither did I till somebody asked me, and now I’m sharing what I know with you and if you have any historical facts about the towns or the markets then get in touch as I would like to learn from you too.


The City of Wolverhampton currently has 3 markets which are:

Bilston indoor/outdoor market

  • Opening Days and Times:
    • Mondays from 8am to 4.30pm
    • Thursdays from 8am to 4pm
    • Fridays and Saturdays from 8am to 5pm
    • Sunday Market from 8am until 1pm
    • Located by the Bilston Bus Station – WV14 0DN

Wednesfield street market

  • Opening Days and Times;
    • Tuesday – 8am to 3.30pm
    • Wednesday (bric-a-brac mixed market) 8am to 3.30pm
    • Friday  – 8am to 3.30pm
    • Saturday – 8am to 3.30pm
    • Located in Wednesfield high street – WV11 1XU

Wolverhampton indoor/outdoor market

    • Opening Days and Times (indoor);
      • Everyday apart from Thursday and Sunday, 8.30am to 4.30pm (but this is provided there are over 46 stalls open)
      • Located on Market Square – WV3 0SF
    • Opening Days and Times (outdoor);
      •  Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays: 8.30am to 4.30pm
      • Located on Market Square – WV3 0SF

Wolverhampton also host farmers markets on the first Friday of every month between 9am and 4pm, as well as other themed markets such as the Tettenhall make it and bake it market and also the Christmas market and youth markets.

More information on Wolverhampton markets can be found on Wolverhampton Council.

Pease note all information provided on this page is general knowledge and the facts were acquired from the Wolverhampton council fact page. and pictures were acquired from broxapdesignandbuild webpage.


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